June 21, 2012
Doors open: 8:30 am, Breakfast Meeting: 9:00 – 10:30 am
Location: Cheers Restaurant, 125 East 2nd Street, North Vancouver
Does it ever feel like you never have a moment to yourself? Whether you are at home, at work or with your family, it seems that someone always needs something from you . . . and right now!! The phone is always ringing, your inbox is never empty, the texts are always binging and someone has to call your name to locate you.
Women of today can sometimes feel that they need to be all things, to all people, all the time. This assumption is dangerous and in therapy, I refer to it as the Superwoman Syndrome. It can get in the way and does not allow women to define balance . . . much less achieve it.
In this presentation, we start by looking at assumptions and explore a few ways to begin taking off the Superwoman Cape. We will look at ideas and strategies that can help you stop being on demand. You will learn new ways to think about:
- setting limits
- understanding guilt
- resetting standards
Pam is a certified speaking professional, trainer and therapist! There is nothing that gets her more excited than helping people look at different options so they can “stop doing what does not work and do what works!”. You can check Pam out at www.ThePossibilities.ca